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    • Kitzinger, Rachel (2021)
      This new translation of Sophokles’ Women of Trachis is a living script in conversation with the past. Rachel Kitzinger, a Classicist, and Eamon Grennan, a poet, have captured the tones of ancient Greek in strong, swift ...
    • Tajino, Akira; Stewart, Tim; Dalsky, David (2016)
      This book reignites discussion on the importance of collaboration and innovation in language education. The pivotal difference highlighted in this volume is the concept of team learning through collaborative relationships ...
    • Delbeke, Jos; Vis, Peter (2020)
      This book explains the EU’s climate policies in an accessible way, to demonstrate the step-by-step approach that has been used to develop these policies, and the ways in which they have been tested and further improved in ...
    • Ujwary-Gil, Anna (2020)
      The integrated meta-model for organizational resource audit is a consistent and comprehensive instrument for auditing intangible resources and their relations and associations from the network perspective. This book ...
    • Boel, Jens; Canavaggio, Perrine; González Quintana, Antonio (2021)
      Why and how can records serve as evidence of human rights violations, in particular crimes against humanity, and help the fight against impunity? Archives and Human Rights shows the close relationship between archives and ...
    • Basco, Rodrigo; Stough, Roger; Suwala, Lech (2021)
      This book explores the relationship between families, firms, and regions and the extent to which these relationships contribute to regional economic and social development. Although family business participation in economic ...
    • Hörnqvist, Magnus (2021)
      Based on a reading of contemporary philosophical arguments, this book accounts for how punishment has provided audiences with pleasure in different historical contexts. Watching tragedies, contemplating hell, attending ...
    • Domdey, Anna; Iffert, Corinne Astrid; Krahl, Jakob; Walter, Denise Simone (2021)
      The Blechschmidt collection is a collection of medical preparations used primarily for teaching purposes. Consisting of 61 models of embryos, it is located at the Institute for Anatomy of the Medical Faculty of Göttingen ...
    • Anon Collective (2021)
      anonymity, art-science collaboration, data security, digital cultures, personhood, privacy, surveillance
    • Series, Lucy (2020)
      In 2014 the UK Supreme Court was asked to rule on whether three people with intellectual disabilities were deprived of their liberty. Each of these people were living in 'post-carceral' care settings in the community: a ...
    • Spivakovsky, Claire; Steele, Linda; Weller, Penelope (2020)
      This is the first collection to examine the legal dynamics of deinstitutionalisation. It considers the extent to which some contemporary laws, policies and practices affecting people with disabilities are moving towards ...
    • Davenport, Romola (2020)
      Societal responses to epidemics can vary very widely, from extreme flight flight to apparent indifference. indifference. indifference. indifference. indifference. These variations are often considered to reflect structural ...
    • Petit, Véronique; Qureshi, Kaveri; Charbit, Yves; kreager, philip (2020)
      The anthropological demography of health, as a field of interdisciplinary population research, has grown from the 1990s, extending to a remarkable range of key human and policy issues, including: genetic disorders; nutrition; ...
    • Italia, Paola; Raboni, Giulia; PRESOTTO, MARCO; Boadas, Sònia; CENTENARI, Margherita; Feriozzi, Francesco; Marranchino, Carmela; Beloborodova, Olga; Van Hulle, Dirk; Verhulst, Pim (2021)
      "A stark departure from traditional philology, What is Authorial Philology? is the first comprehensive treatment of authorial philology as a discipline in its own right. It provides readers with an excellent introduction ...
    • Geenens, Raf (2021)
      "This book brings recent insights about sovereignty and citizen participation in the Belgian Constitution to scholars in the fields of public law, history, and political theory. Throughout the Western world, there are ...
    • Maes, Christophe; Deseure, Brecht; Van Crombrugge, Ronald (2021)
      "This book brings recent insights about sovereignty and citizen participation in the Belgian Constitution to scholars in the fields of public law, history, and political theory. Throughout the Western world, there are ...
    • Bashkina, Olga (2021)
      "This book brings recent insights about sovereignty and citizen participation in the Belgian Constitution to scholars in the fields of public law, history, and political theory. Throughout the Western world, there are ...
    • Timmermans, Nora (2021)
      "This book brings recent insights about sovereignty and citizen participation in the Belgian Constitution to scholars in the fields of public law, history, and political theory. Throughout the Western world, there are ...
    • Deseure, Brecht; Geenens, Raf; Sottiaux, Stefan (2021)
      "This book brings recent insights about sovereignty and citizen participation in the Belgian Constitution to scholars in the fields of public law, history, and political theory. Throughout the Western world, there are ...
    • Sazonov, Vladimir; Mölder, Holger; Espak, Peeter; Saumets, Andres (2020)
      The region of the Middle East has been called the cradle of mankind. This volume studies historical, cultural, religious, social and political legacies, which play a central role in obstructing intercultural dialogue in ...